Texas_Ace MT09R Modding thread, 20k+ lumens, 80CRI, can start fires? Yes please.

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Caseit741 wrote:
I read through the thread and am interested in the light, just need to decide which emitters.

I saw lots of lumen numbers but no throw numbers. Anyone have any?

I gave my good lux meter away in a trade last week so I don’t have a way to get good numbers at the moment. I ordered a new meter yesterday though.

All the LED’s should give similar throw numbers for a given lumen output, dedoming is what will improve throw. In the GT it improves throw by around ~40+%.

There are at least 2 lights coming that want a dedome. Just not sure when they will get here.

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I read through the thread and am interested in the light, just need to decide which emitters. I saw lots of lumen numbers but no throw numbers. Anyone have any?
I gave my good lux meter away in a trade last week so I don't have a way to get good numbers at the moment. I ordered a new meter yesterday though. All the LED's should give similar throw numbers for a given lumen output, dedoming is what will improve throw. In the GT it improves throw by around ~40+%. There are at least 2 lights coming that want a dedome. Just not sure when they will get here.

 

The last reading I took before TA's driver the 70.2 was throwing 600 meters. I have not taken a reading after installing TA DC driver. 

 

I am on my way to the airport now and we should land in Arizona later this evening. I shipped A couple of my personal lights ahead of me and they arrive tomorrow. So unless someone else gets to it first I will take a reading for the 70.2 distance tomorrow night with an already installed TA driver.

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Also one of my early videos I light up a house 300 yards away and it looked like daylight.

 

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Here Is the video. The 70.2 I'm using in this video is the old stock driver max output 15k lumen.

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Anybody figure out how to carry this light besides using a sling? Would a custom kydex holster work for this sized light?

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I looked at a few “water bottle” pouches on ebay, but haven’t picked one yet. I don;t want a lot of empty space at the top.

They cinch at the top, sort of like a sleeping bag or tent pouch. Most look to be decent nylon with either molle or belt loops.

I will likely grab one this weekend and post pics if it fits. Pretty sure the smoke grenade pouches that the q8 fits in will be way too short for the mt09r.

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I got a few more orders in yesterday. The first one is from Krash610. He sent me 2 xhp35 lights.

One of these was just going to get a driver but he decided to try some E4 bin XHP35 HD LED’s, so I have to wait for those to show up.

The other I just got finished with, he wanted the 80cri 4500k LED’s with the TA driver.

Interestingly this light is doing much better then the last one I built with these LED’s and I have no idea why. I even pulled out my old meter to compare but it said the same thing. It is possible the last light I did the lumen test with low batteries.

This light is doing just under 7000 lumens which is very impressive indeed for an 80cri LED. Once again the tint is fantastic. I so love 4500k.

I also got an MT07 in for modding, I was not aware that it was wired in 4S so it was a lot more work then I figured it would be to mod but just waiting on the LED now to finish it up.

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I read here 22k Lumen and 80 CRI, I am looking on all the websites I bought parts and LEDs and find only M4 bins in CRI80, but those should not get that many output

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Texas_Ace wrote:
I got a few more orders in yesterday. The first one is from Krash610. He sent me 2 xhp35 lights.

One of these was just going to get a driver but he decided to try some E4 bin XHP35 HD LED’s, so I have to wait for those to show up.

The other I just got finished with, he wanted the 80cri 4500k LED’s with the TA driver.

Interestingly this light is doing much better then the last one I built with these LED’s and I have no idea why. I even pulled out my old meter to compare but it said the same thing. It is possible the last light I did the lumen test with low batteries.

This light is doing just under 7000 lumens which is very impressive indeed for an 80cri LED. Once again the tint is fantastic. I so love 4500k.

I also got an MT07 in for modding, I was not aware that it was wired in 4S so it was a lot more work then I figured it would be to mod but just waiting on the LED now to finish it up.

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Interestingly this light is doing much better then the last one I built with these LED’s and I have no idea why. I even pulled out my old meter to compare but it said the same thing. It is possible the last light I did the lumen test with low batteries.

This light is doing just under 7000 lumens which is very impressive indeed for an 80cri LED.

I think the last one was mine measured at 5700 lumens. Can you check it again with full batteries? I would be willing to pay for another set of emitters if it is really that much lower.

Also tracking says my three MT03 is out for delivery today to your address.

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Interestingly this light is doing much better then the last one I built with these LED’s and I have no idea why. I even pulled out my old meter to compare but it said the same thing. It is possible the last light I did the lumen test with low batteries.

This light is doing just under 7000 lumens which is very impressive indeed for an 80cri LED.

I think the last one was mine measured at 5700 lumens. Can you check it again with full batteries? I would be willing to pay for another set of emitters if it is really that much lower.

Also tracking says my three MT03 is out for delivery today to your address.

I forgot one of yours was xhp35 and still here.

Well I just checked, rechecked and swapped batteries, battery tubes was even about to switch the drivers when I think I might of figured out what is going on.

The tints on them are very close, seen separately it is hard to tell a difference unless looking for it. But when held side by side (I just used 1 set of cells at first to keep things consistent) you can see that SVK’s light is slightly warmer / rosier. At first I wondered if they somehow sent me the wrong LED’s as it clearly says on the label these are C4 80cri 4500k LED’s.

Then I remembered that SVK’s light used a mixed tint 4000k/4500k setup, which perfectly explains the difference in tint I was seeing.

The C2 bin 4000k LED’s must just be much lower output then the 4500k then the 1 bin lower would suggest. Everything else between the lights is exactly the same. With fresh cells the 4500k is doing just under 7000 lumens every time and the 4000k/4500k is doing just under 6000 lumens every time I measure them on both spheres.

Admittedly that is a pretty extreme difference in output but I even hooked them up to my bench power supply and verified that they are being driven to the max, I could not get more then ~100 extra lumens on either light using the power supply vs the cells like normal.

So it is up to you SVK, I can swap in some 4500k emitters, or you can stick with what you have. If you like rosy tints, that is exactly what yours has now, a nice rosy high cri tint. If you would prefer more output I can swap them, just let me know.

I got a package in a little bit ago, that is most likely your MT03’s.

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Okay nvm. I’ll just keep it.Thanks for spending the time to recheck!

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Just wondering… how many lumen out put can MT03 do after modding? I have the XHP 70 version.

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yuhsin91123 wrote:
Just wondering… how many lumen out put can MT03 do after modding? I have the XHP 70 version.

It is doing basically the same as the MT09, they use the exactly same internal parts so this makes sense.

I should be modding these 3 tomorrow.

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If it’s getting 22k with the mods you mentioned then I’m sending it in to you lol!

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hoping we can find out the lumen gain on an MT03 after adding the TA driver only. I thought I had read somewhere to was like 3000 lumens on the MT09R? Anybody recall?

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If it’s getting 22k with the mods you mentioned then I’m sending it in to you lol!

Yep, The last MT03 I modded did around there, if you dig back through the thread it should be posted at some point. They have all been between 21k-23k at this point I am pretty sure.

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saypat wrote:
hoping we can find out the lumen gain on an MT03 after adding the TA driver only. I thought I had read somewhere to was like 3000 lumens on the MT09R? Anybody recall?

With just the driver the CW LED’s are doing 15-16k and the NW around 16-18k IIRC. Both up around 3-4k lumens from stock.

The results were posted either in this thread or the GB thread.

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I think the NW should be doing more than that. My 4000k stock without DC-Fix was getting just 13k lumens which is consistent with your measurements for my light but my stock 5000k measures 32.3% more, which equates to 17+k lumens. Both my friend and I can tell that the 5000k is noticeably brighter than the 4000k. Shouldn’t your driver bump the stock NW emitters to over 20k lumens? Or did I just get lucky and got cream of the crop emitters for the NW.

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I think the NW should be doing more than that. My 4000k stock without DC-Fix was getting just 13k lumens which is consistent with your measurements for my light but my stock 5000k measures 32.3% more, which equates to 17+k lumens. Both my friend and I can tell that the 5000k is noticeably brighter than the 4000k. Shouldn’t your driver bump the stock NW emitters to over 20k lumens? Or did I just get lucky and got cream of the crop emitters for the NW.

The NW have been inconsistent for me thus far. Some of them have been pushing 18-19k lumens and some of then only ~16k. Seeing as I have no idea what the LED’s are or if they are even the same LED’s I just picked a number in the middle.

The more I see of these lights, the more I am convinced there were at least 2 separate batches made. I have seen at least 3 driver revisions in these lights and there are 2 very slightly different machining batches. You can not swap the battery tubes between them apparently as it will not quite make contact (the earlier test with your XHP35 lights was like that, 1 tube worked on both, the other would only work on the light it came from).

So with this in mind it also makes sense that the LED’s could be different as well, which would explain the different numbers I have been getting from light to light with stock LED’s.

That is the only explanation I have been able to come up with anyways. It is a lot of extra work to swap the driver with the stock LED’s and then remove it again so I only did that a few times.

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Texas_Ace wrote:

I also got an MT07 in for modding, I was not aware that it was wired in 4S so it was a lot more work then I figured it would be to mod but just waiting on the LED now to finish it up.

This is the light where early versions used 2S2P and later versions used 4S. I think there was a time you could choose which version you wanted. My memory is fuzzy on it. Maybe Terry can give the whole story.

EDIT: See post #263 below.

My Convoy L6 thread with XHP70.2, Texas Avenger FET driver, Narsil v1.2 ramping firmware, lighted side switch and cut down SMO reflector. Lots of amp draws on stock driver as well.
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My Supfire L5-S thread with XHP70, Texas Avenger FET driver, NarsilM v1.0 ramping firmware and lighted side switch. My mini L6! http://budgetlightforum.com/node/55746

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I also got an MT07 in for modding, I was not aware that it was wired in 4S so it was a lot more work then I figured it would be to mod but just waiting on the LED now to finish it up.
This is the light where early versions used 2S2P and later versions used 4S. I think there was a time you could choose which version you wanted. My memory is fuzzy on it. Maybe Terry can give the whole story.

Both MT03 and MT07 are Haikelite’s first two lights offered for the groupbuy (organised by Haikelite). Both were available in 2S2P and 4S. Most of the driver issues occurred with the 4S variant, so Haikelite continued with just the 2S2P variant.
The more recent offering, the MT07S went back to 4S. Without announcement, the original MT07 went back to 4S as well. It was just a few days ago I was talking to a member who measured the voltage of his new MT07 and confirmed it was indeed 4S to my surprise. On Haikelite’s site it also says 4S, but I have no idea when the switch was made.

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Yes. Mt07s is my light.. Smile

It is indeed, I went ahead and finished the 4s to 2s conversion and am now just waiting for the LED to finish it up.

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Just want to say haikelite mt09rTA xhp70.2 and xhp35 are some of my favorite lights..

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hIKARInoob is right about the first GB done by Haike, and the 4S driver killer and those lights even came with what I thought was a green shoe lace, turned out it was supposed to be the braided lanyard ha ha. what was really amazing was how calm 90% of the BLF members were, it was a massive disaster GB that’s for sure.

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yuhsin91123 wrote:
Just wondering… how many lumen out put can MT03 do after modding? I have the XHP 70 version.
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Just wondering… how many lumen out put can MT03 do after modding? I have the XHP 70 version.

It is doing basically the same as the MT09, they use the exactly same internal parts so this makes sense.

I should be modding these 3 tomorrow.

Just to clarify on these two posts. There is two versions of MT03 out there, older version that uses lower output XHP70 LEDs marketed with output of just under 9000 lumens, and the newer one being sold on Banggood website with XHP70.2 LEDs listed with output of 12k lumens.

I thought only the XHP70.2 LEDs can have a chance of getting up to 20k lumen output?

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hIKARInoob is right about the first GB done by Haike, and the 4S driver killer and those lights even came with what I thought was a green shoe lace, turned out it was supposed to be the braided lanyard ha ha. what was really amazing was how calm 90% of the BLF members were, it was a massive disaster GB that’s for sure.

Hey how are you doing today Mr T18? You’ve got a couple MT09R lights being super charged by TA right? I’m pretty sure you’re going to love them. Fit and finish are top notch and the beam profile is amazing!

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Just wondering… how many lumen out put can MT03 do after modding? I have the XHP 70 version.
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yuhsin91123 wrote:
Just wondering… how many lumen out put can MT03 do after modding? I have the XHP 70 version.

It is doing basically the same as the MT09, they use the exactly same internal parts so this makes sense.

I should be modding these 3 tomorrow.

Just to clarify on these two posts. There is two versions of MT03 out there, older version that uses lower output XHP70 LEDs marketed with output of just under 9000 lumens, and the newer one being sold on Banggood website with XHP70.2 LEDs listed with output of 12k lumens.

I thought only the XHP70.2 LEDs can have a chance of getting up to 20k lumen output?

HaikeLite MT03 II Devourer XHP70 2SPS 8760LM CW/NW High Power LED Flashlight
“HaikeLite MT03 II Devourer XHP70.2 2SPS New Driver 12000LM High Power LED Flashlight – White Neutral white light”:https://www.banggood.com/HaikeLite-MT03-II-Devourer-XHP70_2-2SPS-8760LM-...

The stock LED’s are either are not that impressive but all the MT03’s I have worked on and are coming to me are habing XHP70.2 LED’s installed so it should not matter what version it came with from the factory since all the important parts are being swapped out anyways.

The only thing that would change is if it had a 4S carrier setup like the MT07 I am working on, it can still be done but there would be extra labor involved.

So with one of the LED’s I am offering in the OP it should be over 20k lumens.

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hIKARInoob wrote:
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hIKARInoob is right about the first GB done by Haike, and the 4S driver killer and those lights even came with what I thought was a green shoe lace, turned out it was supposed to be the braided lanyard ha ha. what was really amazing was how calm 90% of the BLF members were, it was a massive disaster GB that’s for sure.

Hey how are you doing today Mr T18? You’ve got a couple MT09R lights being super charged by TA right? I’m pretty sure you’re going to love them. Fit and finish are top notch and the beam profile is amazing!

I agree, I really like the MT03 build quality, it is a slight step up from the MT09 IMHO like the double o-rings for example. I also like the big fins.

I have 3 of them here to work on today for SVK89, gonna start on those this morning.

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Texas Avenger Driver Series

My LED Test series - XP-L2 V5  - Nichia 219C 90+ CRILatticebright "XM-L"XHP35 & PWM efficiency - XHP50 - XP-L V5 - XM-L2 U2 - XP-G3 S5  - XP-L HI V2 - Oslon Square & direct comparison to Djozz tests - Nichia 319A - Nichia 219B 9080 CRI - Nichia 219C D320 - Nichia 229AT - XHP70.2 P2 - XHP50.2 J4 - Samsung LH351D

Easy comparison tool for all my LED tests

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